How to avoid the perils perfectionism

How to avoid the perils perfectionism

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The pressure to be perfect pervades our culture. It’s exhausting, stress inducing, can affect mental health and stops us from being our best selves.

This workshop helps us spot perfectionist tendencies, gives an honest appraisal of the pitfalls and sets out practical tools to help us all manage.

The tools include teaching self-awareness, a growth mindset and learning to embrace mistakes. These strategies help children to be courageous, confident and authentic versions of themselves.

Trainer:

Heather Rutherford

Heather is a parenting coach, founder of The Parenting Partnership, parenting consultant to the school’s advisory service Talk Education, and a Care for the Family facilitator.

Heather’s mission is to share practical effective positive parenting skills that not only help parents raise happy, confident and resilient children but that transform family lives.  In all her work, she draws on the latest research as well as her own experience of parenting three unique and sometimes challenging children while guiding her family through cancer and divorce.

Her goal is to empower parents with skills that include an understanding of temperament, growth mindset, emotional intelligence and positive discipline,  that help them feel confident, calm and deeply connected to their children.

She has a particular interest in using these positive parenting skills to help families through the challenges of separation and divorce.

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